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  • Alliance Residential Heads to Windy City

    Alliance Residential has opened a new office in Chicago, marking the Phoenix-based firm’s entrance into the Midwest.

  • Cisneros to Keynote AFTC

    Henry G. Cisneros, former secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and executive chairman of CityView, will keynote the Apartment Finance Today Conference, March 30–April 1 at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.

  • Company Buzz: Dec. 4, 2008

    Solatube promotes two of its own to leadership positions, Sportlite receives an award from the USLBA, Leviton appoints a new manager in Europe, and Martin Professional expands distribution to Brazil.

  • Waiting Game

    Phoenix — Column Financial, Inc., once one of the largest conduit lenders, is still doing a big business in apartment loans.

  • Looking to the Future

    Phoenix—Despite a generally gloomy view of the U.S. economy, the attendees at this magazine’s annual conference here were upbeat about their own apartment businesses.

  • In the News

    EPA lead rules published; Arizona loses workers; California BA pushes green standards; more

  • Hot Phoenix Market Faces New Challenges

    Phoenix grew by 43,000 people between 2005 and 2006. That works out to about 118 new faces a day.

  • Telling the Apartment Story

    Phoenix—As apartment owners and developers gather here for this magazine’s annual conference, there’s a lot for them to feel positive about despite the nation’s economic downturn and the sinking stock market.

  • What Are Properties Worth?

    Anthony Downs, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., will give a big-picture outlook of where the economy is heading during the opening plenary session at the APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY Conference April 7-9 in Phoenix.

  • "Bye Bye Incandescent?" Lecture Series, Part 5: Compact Fluorescents, Mercury, and Writing a Non-toxic Lighting Specification

    On Feb. 13, 2008, the New York chapter of the Illuminating Engineering Society held the fifth installment of its "Bye Bye Incandescent?" lecture series. The focus of this segment included critical information and discussion regarding the impact of mercury sources in our landfills, the challenges of...